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JPMorgan Chase Outing Wrongthinkers

Breitbart has a screenshot of that JPMorgan Chase “are you an LGBT ally” employee survey that some on the Left said couldn’t possibly exist. It was, Breitbart says, provided by someone within Chase bank. Notice the survey says “Please consider checking off” — in other words, “We’re not going to make you, but would you think about it.”

And if you left it blank? Well, why’d you do that? Why are you reluctant to identify as an LGBT ally? The bank knows it’s you; this is not an anonymous survey.

So now that “that didn’t happen” has been blown up, it’s time for “anyway, you people deserve it,” in 5…4…3…2…1.

The Law of Merited Impossibility will not be refuted!

(For new readers: The Law Of Merited Impossibility is an epistemological construct governing the paradoxical way overclass opinion makers frame the discourse about the clash between religious liberty and gay civil rights. It is best summed up by the phrase, “It’s a complete absurdity to believe that Christians will suffer a single thing from the expansion of gay rights, and boy, do they deserve what they’re going to get.”)

UPDATE: Just heard from a banker friend:

I just saw your blog on the “ally” invitation to employees at Chase. This has been happening at Bank of America for a year now. It’s true and the pressure is there for everyone to join as an “ally”.

 

about the author

Rod Dreher is a senior editor at The American Conservative. He has written and edited for the New York Post, The Dallas Morning News, National Review, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, the Washington Times, and the Baton Rouge Advocate. Rod’s commentary has been published in The Wall Street Journal, Commentary, the Weekly Standard, Beliefnet, and Real Simple, among other publications, and he has appeared on NPR, ABC News, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, and the BBC. He lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, with his wife Julie and their three children. He has also written four books, The Little Way of Ruthie Leming, Crunchy Cons, How Dante Can Save Your Life, and The Benedict Option.

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